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.osx: Use the Pro theme by default in Terminal.app

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@@ -333,6 +333,10 @@ defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility DUDebugMenuEnabled -bool true
# Only use UTF-8 in Terminal.app
defaults write com.apple.terminal StringEncodings -array 4
+# Use the Pro theme by default in Terminal.app
+defaults write com.apple.Terminal "Default Window Settings" -string "Pro"
+defaults write com.apple.Terminal "Startup Window Settings" -string "Pro"
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# Enable “focus follows mouse” for Terminal.app and all X11 apps
# This means you can hover over a window and start typing in it without clicking first
#defaults write com.apple.terminal FocusFollowsMouse -bool true

5 comments on commit 772506c

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oschrenk commented on 772506c Jul 28, 2012

I'm using IR_Black.terminal theme. Is there any way to import the settings via command line?

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mathiasbynens replied Jul 29, 2012

Sure. Just add the theme file to your dotfiles directory, then add something like open IR_Black.terminal to ~/.osx above the lines that this commit adds. Then, instead of -string "Pro" use -string "IR_Black" or whatever the name of the theme is.

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oschrenk replied Jul 29, 2012

Simple solution. Thanks!

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mathiasbynens replied Jul 30, 2012

See commit d141e2c for an example :)

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oschrenk replied Jul 30, 2012

😄

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